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Perc Coffee


Something that was bound to be mentioned sooner or later is my love for coffee! As a working mother of a toddler, I appreciate any boost of energy I can get. Perc Coffee has been a part of my daily routine and has withstood its high expectations. 🙂


The Montanas Del Diamante roast is probably my favorite. It comes from a mill in Tarrazu, Costa Rica. It’s washed and sun-dried and has notes of black cherry + cola. It’s naturally sweet, smooth and has a really strong aroma. I am someone who usually has to add a ton of cream and sugar to my coffee, not the case with this. The rich, sweetness is so bold that I just added a dash of cream and it is perfect.

The Chelelektu from Ethiopia is a close second. Its notes are floral + sweet + silky. This is a smooth but full-flavored coffee. The sweetness is balanced by a subtle citrus flavor. All of the flavors work well together without being too strong or overpowering.

Check them out at: – If you’re ever in the Savannah G.A. area, head over for a tour of their roasting facility and delicious coffee of course!


Disclaimer: This is a personal blog and I do not receive monetary compensation for any of my product reviews. All reviews are based on my own opinion, personal use and results. Some products are purchased by me, while others are sent to me in exchange for my honest review.

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